Western Boone Boys Junior Varsity Soccer

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Webo athletes receive training

Sunday, August 17th some of our Webo student-athletes participated in Anti-Tobacco through the VOICE organization and Tobacco Free Boone County. They had some laughs as well as some serious discussions. Major Nielsen shared a very personal story about his own battles with tobacco. After the day’s training, they wrote personal essays. Many wrote about how they watched

Webo Coaches Workshop

Thursday, June 19th was the 1st Annual Webo Coaches Workshop. All the Western Boone head coaches met to share some of their best practices with each other. Chris Carr, sports psychologist from St. Vincent Sports Performance was also on hand to present. Coaches also received website training from Erin Tubergen, VNN rep. It was a great

Boys finish 4th overall in SAC

FINAL 2013-2014 Boys All-Sports Standings (combined score of all finishes from each team in fall, winter & spring) 1) Lebanon 57 2) Frankfort 54.5 3) Danville 51 4) Western Boone 45 5) North Montgomery 43.5 6) Crawfordsville 40.5 7) Tri-West 33.5 8) Southmont 32  

Anti-Tobacco Poster Unveiling

Kanon Mosley and Taylor Dejka pose with their Voice Poster.  This poster is the first one for Boone County.  Boone REMC is the sole sponsor of the poster series.  This poster features the winning athletes from each of the Boone County Schools that participated representing a 2014 Spring Sport.  Graded essay’s written by each of

2014 Physical Information

May 4th  St. Vincent Sports Performance, 8227 Northwest Blvd, 3pm-6pm (Brebeuf, Heritage Christian, International, Park Tudor, Western Boone, Tri West, Cardinal Ritter, Traders Point) Click here for the information: student physicals 2014

WeBo’s season ends with loss to No. 11 Northwestern

BY TRAVIS MILLER SPORTS CORRESPONDENT TIPTON — Western Boone entered the IHSAA Class 3A Tipton soccer regional with only its second sectional crown in school history. That relative inexperience showed Thursday night as they faced a No. 11 ranked Northwestern team that had been there before. The Tigers entered having won three straight sectionals, but

Boys Soccer Wins Sectional Championship

The Boys soccer team defeated North Montgomery today 3-1 to win the sectional championship at Crawfordsville High School. They will play at Tipton High School Thursday night at 7:00 p.m. vs the winner of the Northwestern High School Sectional. Goals were by Marco Ramirez and Michael Noonan (2).

Stars advance to sectional title game

By John Minor For the Lebanon Reporter Lebanon Reporter Michael Noonan scored the first two goals of the game, helping Western Boone defeat Crawfordsville 5-1 in the first round of the sectional on Wednesday. The Stars advance to the the sectional title game for the fourth-straight season. “My first goal was probably the best goal

Boy’s Soccer wins Covington Championship

Congratulations to the boy’s soccer team for winning the Covington Tournament Championship on Saturday. Come out and support the boys at sectionals in first round action against Crawfordsville on Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. IHSAA SOCCER SECTIONAL AT CRAWFORDSVILLE  Semi-Finals:  Match 1:  Wednesday     Crawfordsville High School   5:00 PM Match 2:  Wednesday     Crawfordsville High School   7:00 PM

Stars comeback bid falls one goal short

By Lebanon Reporter Will Willems With just three minutes remaining in Tuesday’s Sagamore Conference boys soccer game between Western Boone and Tri-West, it appeared like the Bruins were going to cruise to a win, leading 4-1. But the Stars had other ideas. Western Boone got goals from TJ Wilson and Michael Noonan in the final